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Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter - Daily missions

3 May 13

12.25 pm-HKZ-Whangamata

Responded to Whangamata for a male patient who suffered a cardiac arrest. He was transported to Waikato Hospital.

5.22 pm-HKZ-Waiheke Island

Responded to Waiheke Island for a male patient with a medical condition. He was transported to ACH.

6.45 pm-HKZ-Great Barrier Island

Responded to Great Barrier Island for a female patient with a medical condition. She was transported to ACH.

11.10 pm-HKZ-Waiheke Island

Responded to Waiheke Island for a two male patients with medical conditions. They were both transported to ACH.

4 May 13

7.03 am-HKZ-Waiheke Island

Responded to Waiheke Island for a female patient with a medical condition. She was transported to ACH.

7.57 am-HLN-Waiheke Island

Responded to Waiheke Island for a female patient with a medical condition. She was transported to ACH.

5 May 13-6.15 pm-HKZ-Whakatane Hospital

PICU retrieval from Whakatane Hospital.

10.41 am-HKZ- Maungaturoto

Responded to Maungaturoto for a boy who had a quad accident on a motor-cross track. The boy was transported to ACH.


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